Hi, A second Ju-86 of my shelf. Together with high altitude recce version (Ju 86 R1, which I posted recently) I did also much smaller conversion of civil Z-2 into Z-7 converted then into bomber in South Africa.
Just in at Last Cavalry - SUPERKING by David Parker. This is the finest publication on armor modeling that I have ever had the pleasure to own and offer. Yes, it is expensive, but for any serious armor geek this is the ONE to own!
Victrix: Carthaginian sculpting completed and all models are now at the tooling stage. Early 2015 release expected. We are really please to be able to reveal all the figures for our forthcoming Carthaginian boxed sets.
Just a little look at some “work-in-progress”...Here you see a whole lot of GIs about to board their trucks and move off to their embarcation ports for the journey across the channel to Normandy and D.Day.
The soldiers are all white metal...the trucks are all-metal “tinplate”. Hope you like ‘em!
"Was seeing the pictures of figures in 34th and militaria Ajax Model Show, which can be seen here , when I came across this frozen miniaturized scene of World War II . Looks like it did me lambrar the work of the master Raul Conde de Linhares events ! Think is the most compelling work I've ever seen !"
Hello again, after being very busy few months, I show you one of the jobs I've done Antonuio Zapatero and you can see in my blog: http://jesusgamarra.blogspot.com.es/ It is a diorama of the British Army in India and I will be putting the figures...
"section: Figures | scale: 54 mm | author: Zakhar Yandrinsky (Zahar174) Author Comment: Figure from the Zakhar Yandrinsky's collection painted by Natalya Breus and finished on base by Tatyana Gapchenko."
A VCU lab is 3-D scanning the Virginia War Memorial's collection of military miniatures as part of a digital display that will allow visitors to more easily explore the museum's exhibit of thousands of figurines.